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Dorset buttons take 2

So apparently my buttons are a little tricky to see(oops, sorry!), so here’s another photo of them πŸ™‚

Dorset3

Also, I was busy yesterday completely making the first (well, technically second, but one was finished a while ago) pin cushions for my mum. What do you all think of this one? I think it’s utterly adorable, if a little plain πŸ™‚crownAnd here’s a sideways view of it

crown2This one is destined to go on my mum’s sewing machine (attached by velcro so when there are multiple pin cushions, she can swap and change as she wants to πŸ™‚ ) to remind her that even when it’s going wrong, she’s still the queen of it all πŸ™‚

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Comments on: "Dorset buttons take 2" (5)

  1. Thank you for showing the buttons again – now I can see how pretty they are! The pin cushion too – a great idea to velcro it to the machine!

  2. i love these buttons.. they are so cute.. do u have a link at how we can made them?

  3. creative pixie said:

    Cute pin cushion, it’s a good idea to have it attach to the sewing machine (mine are usually strewn across the table as I remove them).

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